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Jeffery has scored double-digit Fantasy points in four of his last six games (in standard formats), with four touchdowns in that span, as well as his second 200-yard game of the season. He already has 1,193 receiving yards this year.
The Browns, meanwhile, have allowed 11 touchdowns to wide receivers over the last seven games. Julian Edelman, Cecil Shorts, and Antonio Brown all caught touchdowns with Haden covering them, and those 11 touchdowns have been spread out among 10 players -- which is a good sign for the Bears, who have both Jeffery and Brandon Marshall vying for targets.
Jeffery is a stellar option in both PPR and standard formats, and can be started in most Fantasy leagues.
Jeffery shared the team lead with nine targets, including an end-zone throw that was off the mark. He lost seven yards on a reverse.
With 17 catches for 333 yards and three touchdowns the past two weeks, Jeffery heads to Cleveland in Week 15 as one of the league's hottest receivers.
No longer a complementary piece,
Jeffery is the No. 5 Fantasy wideout, one spot behind Marshall, after going off for 12 catches, 249 yards and two touchdowns against Minnesota. He's fourth in the NFL with 1,103 receiving yards, and eighth among receivers with 118 targets, six fewer than Marshall.
Jeffery is the eighth player in NFL history with a pair of 200-yard receiving games in one season. One note of caution: After his first 200-yard game, Jeffery came back with a clunker, catching a 27-yard pass and getting a 15-yard run vs. the Giants.
He'll do more against Dallas. The Cowboys give up the 14th-most Fantasy points to receivers (22.8 per game).
It doesn't matter whether Josh McCown or Jay Cutler starts at quarterback. Jeffery has thrived with both. Physically dominant at 6-3, 216 pounds, and with tremendous leaping ability, Jeffery will be too much for Dallas' secondary. He's a top-10 play Monday night.
Jeffery was very active from the get-go Sunday. He had seven catches for 89 yards before halftime, which were the highest first-half totals of Jeffery's career. But he really came to life in the third quarter for Chicago.
On the Bears' second play of the third quarter, Jeffery had an 80-yard catch-and-run touchdown -- the longest score of his career. The Bears put Jeffery in the slot, Josh McCown dropped a perfectly placed pass over the defender, and Jeffery did the rest as he broke one tackle and sped away from the defense.
Jeffery wasn't done scoring in the third quarter. He came back later in the quarter to post a 46-yard touchdown, which is the second-longest touchdown of his career. It was probably even more impressive than the first touchdown. Jeffery made a beautiful two-handed catch over the defender at the 2-yard line and his momentum carried him into the end zone for his second score.
Sunday marked the first multi-touchdown game of Jeffery's career and he finished with a career-high 12 catches. The Bears are back in action Week 14 vs. Dallas.
Jeffery had a monster third quarter, which featured touchdown catches of 46 and 80 yards.
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